Jill Biden Loses Her Cool (Video)

(DCWatchdog.com) – When asked about the growing number of House Democrats urging Joe Biden to drop out of the reelection race, an irked Jill Biden lost her cool as she told reporters, “Don’t scream at me.”

Watch the video further down this post.

“What is your message for House Democrats who are calling for your husband to drop out of the race?” a journalist asked as Jill exited a coffee shop in Tampa — with another reporter adding, “How are you feeling about the state of the race?”

As she walked past the press, she demanded to know, “Why are you screaming at me? “You know me. Don’t scream at me,” she added. “Just let me talk.”

Yet, she did not answer the questions and got into an idling vehicle.

The White House invited reporters to attend Jill Biden’s three-state campaign tour, but she is rarely asked tough questions.

Joe Biden, who is dealing with concerns about his health and mental sharpness after a disastrous debate performance last month, did not join his wife for the stops in Florida, Georgia, and North Carolina.

Moreover, Jill is known for being defensive of her husband, whose confused appearance at CNN’s June 27 debate against former President Donald Trump worried Democrats.

In 2019, Jill reportedly fumed that Kamala Harris, who later became her husband’s running mate and vice president, should “go f–k” herself for attacking his historical opposition to interracial school busing.

In turn, Jill has reportedly been strongly supportive of her husband’s plan to continue with his November 5 rematch against Trump, despite increasing opposition.

The first lady’s top aide, Anthony Bernal, who has faced allegations of bullying and sexual harassment from colleagues, has become one of Biden’s closest advisers after the debate debacle.

Additionally, nine House Democrats have said they want Biden to step aside. Representatives Jerry Nadler (D-NY), Mark Takano (D-CA), Joseph Morelle (D-NY), and Adam Smith (D-Wash.) reportedly said so on a conference call, with Smith confirming his stance publicly.

Similarly, representatives Angie Craig (D-MN), Mike Quigley (D-IL), Lloyd Doggett (D-TX), Raúl Grijalva (D-Ariz.), and Seth Moulton (D-MA) have issued public statements.

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